A dip in our cattle market

Nine, Jerry
September 2014
High Plains Journal;9/15/2014, Vol. 132 Issue 37, p24B
The author reflects on the importance for cattle breeders to carefully evaluate their herds and designate if their cattle are weaned to prepare for the low performance of the market in Kansas.


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